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The IT anomaly in a coronavirus downturn Special

Post-coronavirus, it’s unclear what our world will look like. Many expect IT spending to only increase by 1% in 2020 in response to a coronavirus-fueled recession, but there are also reports that cloud computing services specifically will fare.

Q&A: Mobility is key in modern construction expense reporting Special

According to expert Jon Roskill, cloud-based mobile expense reporting software can resolve common pain points and deliver accessible control to construction leaders. This acknowledges that very nature of their roles, construction workers are mobile.

Research: Cloud misconfigurations costs companies $5 trillion

Newly released research from DivvyCloud spanning all publicly reported data leaks due to cloud misconfigurations finds that poor design costs companies time and considerable expense.

Q&A: How to remain compliant in the cloud Special

To meet data privacy requirements, businesses seeking to adopt cloud technology need to ensure they opt for a solution that comes with security on all accounts. Heikki Nousiainen, CTO of Aiven explains the compliance requirements.

Data leaks: Why the cure isn’t just in the cloud Special

Many companies are turning to cloud-based software solutions to safeguard their data, but Rene Meyer, VP of Technology at AMAX says businesses should start with the box as a stronger alternative platform.

Interview: Cloud’s biggest threat? The customers who use it Special

The cloud computing market is growing rapidly, backed by major players like Google and Amazon. However impactful, companies need to consider the cybersecurity risks involved in gravitating to the cloud. A security consultant provides an overview.

Q&A: Identity & access control in a multi-cloud environment Special

The rise of multi-cloud is complicating identity & access control. New governance and security controls are also needed to ensure data protection in a multi-cloud environment, according to Richard Diver.

Q&A: 2020 will be about modernization of legacy applications Special

How will enterprises make greater use of the cloud in 2020? What will happen with legacy equipment? And can we expect IT growth? Expert Ned Gnichtel provides analysis.

Q&A: What's the next development for enterprise architecture? Special

One of the big business developments for 2020 is likely to be with enterprise architecture, and any related issues, including cloud migration together with M&A IT integrations. Expert Ned Gnichtel provides analysis.

What to expect from cloud security trends in 2020 Special

The key message for businesses in 2020 is that adoption of cloud computing will continue to accelerate. In terms of more specific applications, the use of mobile devices to access cloud services will be key.

Q&A: What's behind the AWS Data Exchange? Special

Amazon has announced a new addition to its cloud products with AWS Data Exchange. This will enable customers to select from data sources from over 80 third-party data providers in AWS Marketplace eliminating the need to maintain storage infrastructure.

ForgeRock announces industry-first hybrid-cloud IAM solution

ForgeRock has announced the availability of the ForgeRock Identity Cloud, designed to solve the accessing hybrid-cloud deployments by enabling organizations with secure, frictionless access and experiences for customers, employees and services.

Data-sharing across connected real estate industry made easier

The global CRE industry continues to be challenged with disparate systems and disjointed workflows resulting in data complexities. CRE cloud adoption is helping to overcome these challenges, including an innovation from the Altus Group.

Improving drone technology with software edge computing Special

Drones are starting to be used for an array of dangerous and time-consuming challenges, replacing the need for people. For drones to become more effective, edge computing will play major role in these evolving technologies.

Adobe Creative Cloud account caught in data exposure Special

News has been released about Adobe’s exposure of 7.5 million Creative Cloud accounts. In response to this latest cloud computing data issue, Alexander García-Tobar, CEO and co-founder of Valimail provides his thoughts.

Q&A: Is R&D in the cloud dead?

The use of open-source community can spur innovation across cloud providers; plus using a multi-cloud system to reap the benefits of applications developed in multiple cloud infrastructures, according to Grant Kirkwood, Unitas Global.

Q&A: How cloud computing protects Canadians against hackers Special

Canadian firm NuData uses biometrics to confirm that a person online is really who they say they are, even if the password they’re using is correct. To discover more, Digital Journal spoke with Justin Fox who leads DevOps at NuData.

Q&A: Why moving to a cloud solution is necessary for businesses Special

The world’s fastest-growing companies moved to the cloud years ago and adopted AI-driven solutions. But others are still slow to keep pace and insist on deploying their dusty intranets and slow IM systems. This needs to change, says Mark Sami of SPR.

Q&A: In a cloud-connected world, cybersecurity is key Special

Cloud computing is becoming a critical tool for business, in terms of storing an assessing data. With the increases use of the cloud comes greater security risks. A leading expert assesses the solutions.

Q&A: Cloud war alliances: Smart move or path to disaster? Special

From IBM’s purchase of Red Hat to the Microsoft-Oracle partnership, the so-called 'Cloud Wars' have seen major players pair up and pick sides. This is rare in the tech sector and a sign of a growing but uncertain market, says RackWare's Todd Matters.

Why businesses need to start focusing on cloud computer security

Cloud computing is providing businesses with many advantages and the technology is one of the fastest growing, led by the likes of Amazon Web Services and Microsoft. Businesses also need to be mindful of security matters, according to a new report.

Google Cloud and VMware are to work closer together on services

Google Cloud and VMware are to extend their strategic partnership and develop a new solution which will support VMware workloads running in Google Cloud and strengthen customers’ hybrid and multi-cloud strategies.

Microsoft teams up with AT&T for major cloud computing deal

Although Amazon (AWS) leads the cloud computing market by a wide margin, second place Microsoft has signalled that it will closing the gap through a new $2 billion deal with AT&T.

New data management solutions for autonomous vehicles

Technology firms Renovo and Seagate are coming together to collaborate and with a view to develop next generation data management solutions in order to increase the efficiency of autonomous vehicles.

Google purchases Looker and opens up cloud wars

Google has announced it will be making it biggest acquisition in the public cloud market through the purchase of business intelligence firm Looker Data Sciences Inc. The deal is set to go through for $2.6 billion (an all-cash transaction).

Microsoft open-sources quantum computing development kit

Quantum computing has become open source following Microsoft's decision to expand its Q# programming language. This move was announced at Microsoft's annual Build Developer conference.

Q&A: Why many business are moving their legacy Oracle application Special

New research finds that many Integrated Technology and Device Manufacturers are considering moving their legacy Oracle applications. Barriers to this are uncertainty and risk. Bill Saltys of Apps Associates explains why such a move is important.

Q&A: Is Apple's cloud service now threatened by Google? Special

Google's new cloud service Anthos is aimed directly at Apple's, signalling a new round of 'cloud war's, according to Todd Matters of RackWare. Google has also premiered its new cloud-reliant video game platform, Stadia.

Q&A: How businesses can take advantage of hybrid cloud platforms Special

RackWare is a hybrid cloud services provider which aids Fortune 500 companies to take full advantage of cloud computing. We take a look at the company's new Hybrid Cloud Platform and discuss cloud computing applications for business.

How edge computing can boost business efficiency

Many businesses are investing in edge computing, in order to achieve scale, speed and safety. Edge computing is essential for processing data speedily, such as with self-driving cars. We take a look at some of the advantages.
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